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Chambers Asia-Pacific 2023 Submissions Process – Helping firms win and retain clients

Discover how Chambers helps law firms and lawyers promote their services to retain and win business. 

Published on 17 January 2022

The gold standard in legal directories for law firms across Asia-Pacific

Each year, firms of all sizes across Asia-Pacific submit to rank in the Chambers Asia-Pacific guide. A Chambers ranking is the mark of approval for firms to showcase their status as a leading legal provider and helps them connect with our users of legal professionals when purchasing legal services. 

Chambers dedicated research team conducts extensive market research over a period of seven months, collecting information about submitting firms from client referees and market commentators and analysing submissions, in order to create Chambers ranking tables for lawyers and departments.  

A recent anonymous survey of over 600 senior legal professionals found a Chambers ranking was the most important within the legal market and over 90% of the respondents stated a Chambers ranking helped retain and win new business.  

Why should your firm should look to rank in the Chambers Asia-Pacific guide

Chambers rankings help inform decisions, by showcasing each ranked firms’ areas of expertise through the Chambers editorial and provides law firms with an opportunity to promote their practice and services across a range of profile pages which our highly engaged audience of legal professionals including GCs and other in-house counsel visit.  

The Chambers Asia-Pacific guide offers tailored coverage in each market, covering 34 separate jurisdictions and over 30 practice areas. Chambers ranking tables in Asia-Pacific spans across large, highly developed markets such as India, Singapore, Japan, South Korea and Australia, through to smaller jurisdictions such as Fiji, Nepal and Laos. Chambers Asia-Pacific also includes coverage of barristers and sets active in the region, including dedicated bar coverage in the Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Singapore chapters.  

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Distinguishing firms
Firms of all sizes and with specialisms across different areas of law are invited to submit
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Independent reviews
Ranked firms can use marketing collateral such as ranking badges, Chambers Editorial
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Reaching a new audience
Ranked firms have dedicated presence through various profile pages on chambers.com

Download the Chambers Asia-Pacific 2023 Submissions Kit

Whether this is your firm’s first time submitting or you are a previously ranked firm, the submissions kit has been curated by the Chambers Asia-Pacific team to provide insights and advice on what makes a successful submission.

Chambers Asia-Pacific submissions resources

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How-to Chambers Webinar
Watch to hear from the Asia-Pacific team on all things relating to the guide and for submissions insights
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FAQs
Browse the most frequently asked questions on all things Chambers
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Top tips for submissions
Essential resource deigned to aid firms looking to submit with a checklist of items to consider
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Chambers Asia-Pacific 2022 guide in numbers

Across firm department pages, we drove highly engaged visitors who were spending on average time 1:20 minutes on page
Users were spending on average, 1:36 minutes on firm profile pages across the guide

Coverage of new and emerging areas of law for 2023

The Chambers’ Asia-Pacific editorial team continues to expand its coverage year-on-year, adding new ranking tables and sub-tables, and introducing more specialised coverage where emerging areas of specialism are identified during the research process. The research team welcomes suggestions from in-house counsel and law firms and draws upon the vast body of research insights received during the research process each year.

During the 2023 Research Cycle, Chambers Asia-Pacific is calling for submissions in the following new areas: Japan Technology, Media & Telecoms, Bangladesh Projects & Energy and Asia-Pacific Region Climate Change.

Speak to a member of the Chambers Asia-Pacific Research and Editorial team

Sarah Kogan
Research Director
Contact Sarah
Hussain Ajina
Research Manager: Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Guam, Pacific Islands, Timor Leste
Contact Hussain
Daniel Sultan
Research Manager: Singapore and all other South-East Asia sections, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan
Contact Daniel
Beatrice Chan
Research Manager: Greater China Region, South Korea
Contact Beatrice